How to spot an accurate NFL draft prospect

By Chris Hays | Published Mar 19, 2019 08:57:08In the NFL Draft, draft day has long been an opportunity for scouts to make the most educated, in-depth, and comprehensive assessments possible of prospects.

However, this can often be a daunting task, especially with the number of players available.

There are three main factors that can make an evaluation more difficult: the player, his situation and the coach.

There are many ways to determine which way is right for your team, but these three are often the biggest in determining the validity of the evaluation.

This is where Al Jazeera’s “QB-by-QB” feature can be of great help.

Each week, the team at Al Jazeera Sports will highlight the top five quarterbacks to watch in the 2019 NFL Draft.

In this week’s edition, we will look at the QB position, and how a scout can determine whether or not a player is good enough to go in the first round.

In the past, it has been the job of the scouting staff to determine the potential for the prospect to be a success as a professional, and for this to happen, it is imperative to have a good scouting report.

As such, there are a number of things a scout should look for in order to make an accurate evaluation.

Here are the top three areas that a scout needs to look at when evaluating a prospect, and we have a quick primer on each of them.

The QB PositionIn the eyes of many, the quarterback position is one of the most important in the entire draft.


it is also one of those positions where there are many factors that a team can consider when deciding whether or to draft a player.

The most important factor is whether or, if so, how the prospect can play the position.

The position of quarterback in the NFL has changed over the years, and while there are certainly many quarterbacks in the draft, there is no doubt that the position has undergone some changes.

There have been several players that have been drafted in the middle rounds of the NFL draft who have had great success in their careers, but the real star has been one of them, Aaron Rodgers.

Rodgers was drafted by the Green Bay Packers with the No. 1 overall pick in 2009.

He has gone on to win five NFL championships with the Packers, including four MVP awards.

During his time with the Green, Rodgers was known for his unique skillset, and his ability to create space for his receivers and create opportunities for his running backs.

He also had great offensive playmaking ability, and was a leader on the field.

This has led to him being considered one of, if not the best quarterback in NFL history.

However that is just one aspect of Rodgers’ game, and he has many other attributes as well.

This type of player is an asset to any NFL team, and has proven to be very valuable in the long run.

For example, the New York Giants had a quarterback that went to the Pro Bowl in 2006, while the San Francisco 49ers went all-in on drafting a quarterback in 2009 and drafting an All-Pro quarterback in 2011.

It is this ability to be versatile that makes Rodgers so valuable.

While Rodgers has not always been able to live up to his high expectations, he has had a successful career in his short career.

His play has never really dropped off after his first two seasons in the league.

The one year where he did have a dip in play, was in 2015 when he was sidelined by a broken collarbone for a stretch of nine games.

While Rodgers has been a solid quarterback, he is not the most athletic quarterback in football, and some have questioned whether he has the physical tools to be an elite quarterback.

This is why the Green has been so successful over the past two years.

There have been plenty of times where Rodgers has struggled to find the end zone in games, and it is often because of his ability as a runner and passer.

He is also a very good pocket passer, and the fact that he is able to use his legs to generate yardage is what separates him from the other quarterbacks in this draft.

As a result, he can make a big play on any down, and is a threat in the red zone.

With the addition of Jordy Nelson in free agency, the Packers have added a potential No. 2 option to the passing game.

Although Nelson has played well at times, he was not the complete package in 2016.

This season, he became a big part of the offense, and proved to be extremely effective in both the passing and running game.

While he has struggled in his first three years, the fact remains that he has been able be a top-notch passer.

In 2017, he threw for 3,917 yards, 24 touchdowns, and 17 interceptions, and threw for 5,567 yards and 31 touchdowns, while adding a pair of 100-yard rushing games.

The reason for Nelson’s success this year is